Inertial effects occurring in the impact testing of polymers were experimentally probed by measuring the force versus time response of various materials with two different instrumented impact testers, both with and without anvil. The analysis focused on the first force peak, which was modeled using a mass-spring analog to account for machine-specimen interaction.

Experimental analysis of inertial effects in the impact testing of polymers

RINK SUGAR, MARTA ELISABETH;PAVAN, ANDREA;
1990

Abstract

Inertial effects occurring in the impact testing of polymers were experimentally probed by measuring the force versus time response of various materials with two different instrumented impact testers, both with and without anvil. The analysis focused on the first force peak, which was modeled using a mass-spring analog to account for machine-specimen interaction.
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